#UTEdChat Questions for 10/5 – Get Your Head Out Of Your Apps

This week UEN PD Instructional Technology Teacher Specialist Michael Hakkarinen (@EdTecHakk) will lead a discussion about your favorite educational apps for iOS, Android, and ChromeOS. During the hour you'll be invited to answer the questions below, share links to your favorite mobile resources, and ask questions yourselves to learn more about what teachers are using. If you haven't already followed Michael on Twitter (@EdTecHakk) you should probably do so because it will help you to better follow the chat. 

As always, please be sure to include #UTedChat in your responses so everyone participating can see your thoughts and ideas.

Q1: Let's start with "note taking" apps – what is your favorite?  Notes?  Evernote? Google Docs? Google Keep? Share your favorites.

Q2: If you like Twitter, you'll love TweetDeck – what's your favorite Twitter app?

Q3: When it comes to managing projects and "to do" lists there are lot to choose from.  What's your favorite Project Management app?

Q4: Classroom management is a huge task. Do you use an app to monitor behavior and student progress? Share your recommendations.

Q5: Let’s get our Google on and talk about Chrome for a minute – what’s your favorite extension?

Q6: Enough work talk, let’s get down to business. What’s your favorite app for finding good food?

You can follow Michael on Twitter at @EdTecHakk.

Michael Hakkarinen

Michael Hakkarinen specializes in helping teachers engage students in the classroom with technology such as Mac Tools, Google Apps for Educators, iPads and more. He earned a Bachelor’s in English from the University of Maryland at College Park and a Master’s in Elementary Education at Mount Saint Mary’s University, where he also taught Instructional Technology at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He was a Technology Resource Teacher in Frederick County, Maryland, where he taught elementary school, and an EdTech for Canyons School District in Utah before joining the UEN PD team in 2014. He currently serves as President of the UCET Board.

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